Healey-Graphics in Word and PowerPoint

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  • What do you think?
  • Different goals = different types of photos and amountChildren vs adultsBusiness vs education or advertisingMultiple channels – helpful if the content is the same, harmful if the content is not the same
  • Adding clip art and a picture –use just_for_practice-DS.docx
  • Healey-Graphics in Word and PowerPoint

    1. 1. Graphics and Formatting in Word Dr. Deborah Healey dhealey@uoregon.eduhttps://sites.google.com/site/betteruseofgraphicsThanks to Donna Shaw for collaboration!
    2. 2. © 2012, Healey
    3. 3. Think-pair-share Create a list of ways that graphics are useful© 2012, Healey
    4. 4. Examples  Rhythm handout – plain  Rhythm handout – with some graphics  Rhythm handout – lots of graphics© 2012, Healey
    5. 5. Goals and content  What is the goal of your handout or presentation?  Who is your audience?  How can you enhance the content with images and formatting?© 2012, Healey
    6. 6. Demonstration  Watch a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=wUotChm6AAA© 2012, Healey
    7. 7. Activity  Download just_for_practice.doc from sites.google.com/site/betteruseof graphics  Go to the Microsoft clip art site (listed on the website) and find appropriate images  Add them to the document  Share with a partner© 2012, Healey
    8. 8. Evaluate your work  Do the graphics enhance the content?  Will the learner remember what you want him/her to remember?  Was the result worth the time and effort?© 2012, Healey
    9. 9. Formatting  Tables  www.gcflearnfree.org/word2010/21  Styles  www.gcflearnfree.org/word2010/18  Templates© 2012, Healey & Shaw
    10. 10. Try it!© 2012, Healey & Shaw
    11. 11. Look at what you created  What was the goal? (Could you tell?)  What do you remember?  What will students learn?© 2012, Healey
    12. 12. Thank you! dhealey@uoregon.edusites.google.com/site/betteruseofgraphics

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